Anthropomorphic Space: The room as a portrait of its absent subject in painting
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This PhD explores the possibility of painting a portrait of a person by painting a room that represents or symbolises them. This is not an individual study of either portraiture or of interior decor. It is the study of both combined, into something in-between. It offers evidence to support original theory that painted domestic interiors can be anthropomorphic and deeply indicative of a living person or group of people.
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